Results of the OIG Survey on Returning to the Workplace   [open pdf - 676KB]

From the Background: "[O]n February 23, 2021, the U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) OIG [Office of Inspector General] launched a survey to gauge employee concerns about a potential return to their regularly assigned duty stations (RDS) after teleworking during the COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] pandemic. At the time of this survey, some staff had reported already returning to their RDS and some individual offices reported holding staff meetings to discuss returning staff to their RDS. In the world at large, infection rates were dropping and vaccination rates were ramping up. Therefore, the OIG wanted to understand employee concerns regarding vaccinations, returning to their RDS, messaging from management regarding returning to a RDS, and views on employee schedule preferences once the agency returns to more in-person work. This survey asked employees to respond to questions related to the following topics: [1] Vaccines; [2] Desired safety measures upon return to RDS; [3] Experiences of employees that have already returned to their RDS; [4] Communications from management regarding a return to RDS; [5] Preferred work arrangements post mandatory fulltime telework."

Report Number:
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Office of Inspector General, Report 21-O-06
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Oversight.gov: https://www.oversight.gov/
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